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Abstract

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El uso del lenguaje en los niños de edad escolar experimenta cambios cuantitativos y cualitativos. Entre los cambios cualitativos se encuentra el desarrollo de la conciencia metapragmática, directamente implicada en la evolución del humor verbal. En este trabajo realizamos una síntesis bibliográfica que ofrece el estado de la cuestión de la aproximación a la competencia humorística como fenómeno transversal: neurológico, psicológico y lingüístico.

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